Best Pregnancy Classes Guadalajara Near Me

1. Danatal educación perinatal - Guadalajara

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Address: Granate 2539, 44535 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Open until 7:00 PM

Telephone: +52 33 3122 4312

Business type: Childbirth class

Danatal educación perinatal: what do users think?
arlette garcía: Super recommended Danatal's online prenatal course. At first I was not so convinced to take it remotely, I thought that the face-to-face experience was better, but I assure you that with Diana and Fabi, it is not necessary to be in a classroom. Week by week, they were surprising us with everything there was to learn. It really is a very, very complete course. Without a doubt, investing in the Danatal course was one of the best decisions we made before the arrival of our baby.
ALEXIS JAZMIN PRECIADO PELAYO: Diana and Fabiola are highly prepared in their respective areas; I was looking for a prenatal course for a long time to prepare for the arrival of my baby and I know that by far I made the best choice with them. All the syllabi they teach are backed by scientific evidence, and they also help you feel safe and question the health professionals who will attend your delivery. I was extremely happy
violette gomis: Highly recommended. Very valuable, complete, clear information, presented in a dynamic and digestible way.
Jessica Rafaeli: I highly recommend the Danatal course, Diana and Fabi are two very well-prepared professionals, they answer all your questions and send us a lot of material and information on the course topics. I live in Israel and it was a great opportunity for me to be able to take the course completely online. Thank you both very much and congratulations for your great work.
Ishwari García: Both are very prepared, the prenatal course is highly recommended for all couples who are expecting a baby, the information they provide is super clear and well explained. And the amazing yoga classes too, I've felt very good since I've been taking them.
Irma Irene Silva González: Excellent preparation courses for the birth of your baby with information based on evidence, it helps the couple a lot to prepare for the new stage. Yoga classes are the best to have a healthy and moving pregnancy. Highly recommend all your services.
Marien Cessa: Being part of the Danatal family means being accompanied throughout the pregnancy, they give you security and all the information you need to feel calm. Highly recommended!
Heber Alfaro García: Excellent attention, his classes are very good and useful, they really make a difference.
Violeta Estrada: Excellent attention, interesting courses and show information based on scientific evidence. They help clarify doubts about childbirth, caesarean section, breastfeeding, etc. Super recommended!
Diana Avalos: Very prepared and also with an excellent agenda, all the information they gave us helped me a lot
Gabriel Echegollen B.: The course is very cool, the information received is very useful, very specific and important topics are addressed
José Andrade M.: Highly recommended for couples who are expecting a baby

2. Nanti - Zapopan

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Address: Av. Niño Obrero #1068, Cd de los Niños, 45040 Zapopan, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Reopens at 4:30 PM

Telephone: +52 33 3012 9707

Business type: Pregnancy care center

Nanti: what do users think?
Blanca Almaguer: I could not have chosen a better place for a psychoprophylactic course.
Erandi Rivera: Excellent attention and the information they share
alinne villa: Due to the covid19 contingency, my online experience was very good, all the people at Nanti are very professional and the course is very nutritious and informative for those of us who are first-time moms.I found the place via Facebook promotions, I would have loved to live this experience in person. Very good Nancy! Thanks for everything!
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Pauline Lee: Excellent space with professional staff, very good psychoprophylactic courses and prenatal yoga, highly recommended!
Felipe Geraldo: Excellent psychoprophylactic courses that prepare you to have a birth as you wish. The dynamics and the information are of great help, especially for those of us who are new.
Yazmín Benítez: Very unpleasant that they do not respect the consultation hours with the pediatrician. What a disappointment, knowing that doctors make half-hour appointments for babies and children, when normally they always take an hour, and that harms their half-hour schedule. Dr. Carillo should modify his agenda and respect schedules, if he is a professional in his career he should also respect schedules and notify when he is late for appointments. In the first appointment he attended me after 45 minutes waiting, today the second appointment of my 4-month-old baby had an appointment at 10:30 a.m. and he passed the patients from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. they left, I continued and passed the patients at 9 in the morning when they had already left and returned later, because the Dr. is not professional and warns in advance that he is late or skipping patients. I do not criticize the work of Dr. because my respect is very good, but definitely to go on an appointment with him, it is like going to IMSS. What a shame to earn more money, make appointments every half hour and do not respect people's time.
Carlos Bauche: It is a place where they better accept the recommendations of the World Health Organization about natural births and the advantages of breastfeeding. In Mexico, medical schools are not up to date on these issues, but here they are.
PORTA MAGNA II: Too hippie, little scientific foundation. They tend to talk bad about doctors, they promote water births a lot and things like that, but if you are looking for something traditional this is not the place to get good information. If you're a hipster and into weird stuff, go ahead.
Alvaro Acuña Arellano: They have a bad-faced, rude and unpalatable secretary. He spends it on his cell phone in personal calls and gives himself a space to deign to attend visitors, reluctantly with little information and no kindness.
James Baxter: Very spacious

3. IMAC Spanish Language Programs - Learn Spanish in Mexico - Guadalajara

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Address: C. Donato Guerra 180, Zona Centro, 44100 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Open until 8:00 PM

Telephone: +52 33 3614 1414

Business type: Language school

IMAC Spanish Language Programs - Learn Spanish in Mexico: what do users think?
K T: Coming here greatly improved my Spanish and was a fantastic opportunity to learn about the city and meet many people.
Oliviana Moreno: i took a couple weeks of spanish here in feb 2022, really enjoyed my time and my teacher was great. when you get there, they have you speak to someone to assess your placement and i felt like i was in just the right class for my level. they have multiple locations where they also teach english and we took field trips and met up with groups of english learners to tour new areas and practice together. i thought that was fun and clever.
Annica S: I researched so many Spanish immersion programs and I'm so happy I chose IMAC. Daniela A. is a fantastic instructor. I will certainly be back.
Robert Albert: I took two weeks of Spanish at this school in December 2022 and was really happy with the experience. Teacher Katya Ramos was excellent and the school was well run: well located, and serious in its mission. Don't expect a fancy facility, but the substance was there. Each week they pair the English and Spanish learners together for language practice on walks through Guadalajara which was particularly fun. ¡Muy bien, IMAC!
Colleen Malone: I spent 5 weeks at IMAC in Guadalajara late in 2022 and loved the experience! If you are serious about improving your Spanish (not just picking up some tourist language), I highly recommend it and I hope to return for further study in 2023.Because I didn't know what to expect I will detail what I experienced: Classes are 4 hours a day (from 9-1) with a 15 min break around 11. I never had a class with more than 5 students in it and usually there were 3 (it fluctuates--see below re: placement). The instruction (and textbook) is entirely in Spanish, only occasionally will the teacher relent and clarify something in English--this is true immersion! There's an optional additional hour intercambio (conversation) from 1-2 with the local students at the same school who are learning English. Additionally, on Wednesdays there is a field trip during class hours --either walking to a nearby location with the local students and exchanging relevant vocab words (once we went to a church, another time to a Christmas market) or taking a bus to another area of town to meet up with the English students at that IMAC location). There's a short test every Friday--I get the sense that it is as much for documenting your progress as it is for evaluating the teachers. I had 3 different instructors in 5 weeks (because of class changes, see below) and two of them were excellent! (If you are lucky enough to get Emmanuel or Katia, please tell them I say hola!) The 4 hours in class went very quickly--there were lots of varied activities/exercises: silly vocabulary games in the form of Taboo or charades, listening to recordings and (trying to) answer questions about th content, written exercises and review, and a lot of "discuss this topic with a partner." And there's a bit of homework too.The intermediate textbook cost me about $50 (US). The grammar lessons and vocab are buried in a context approach--each chapter has a theme (e.g. health, real estate, Spanish history or famous people). I understand this approach but to be honest I would have like more repetitive simple drills on some concepts (which I would find on the internet after class).Re: placement. The schedule of classes is seemingly erratic and solely based on which students show up in a given week. Each course level (beginner, intermediate, etc.) is about 5-6 weeks long. And they seem to start whenever they have enough students at that level (2-3 people) and simply end when it doesn't have any students left--during my 5 weeks there were several folks who came for just a week or two, so every Monday the class configuration was different--someone gone, someone new, and a few folks who were sticking it out from start to finish. In other words, you can start any Monday but you may be starting in the third week of an ongoing course (as I did). It's not really a problem though, as the lessons don't seem to build on each other directly--though presumably the earlier lessons in a course will be easier?Last but not least, here was my scheduling experience for 5 weeks: They initially placed me in the first week of a beginner course but I balked (I came with some vocab and could conjugate present tense verbs so I was pretty full of myself 🙄, and I got put in the next available alternative--the third week of the intermediate course (Chaps 5-6). I was in WAY over my head but I stuck with it for two weeks and learned a LOT (in retrospect starting in the middle of the beginners course may have been more appropriate for me--perhaps too easy but I would have reviewed a lot of foundational stuff that I apparently lacked). And then I joined week 2 of another Intermediate course (Chaps 3-4). There were only 3 of us in that class and we negotiated for the following week to repeat Chaps 1-2 since none of us had done that yet.
maria 1125: They cater to your needs. I am currently in Mexico and have 5 kids who understand Spanish, but don't speak Spanish correctly or fluently enough to get their point across clearly. So, I simply asked for conversational classes. Each of my 5 kids had a teacher for 3 hours for 3 days a week, for 4 weeks. They went over a 20 minute lesson and then had conversations with one break, talking about all sort of things. My kids ranged from 6 to 15 years of age. I decided to do it this way because, if I put them in the same room...only my more verbal kids would speak. This way they were forced to communicate and get out of their comfort zone of simply being a listener in class. The only thing I disliked was that the teachers wore masks. I get it...they are scared even though the studies from France and Germany say the masks don't work. However, because the purpose is to learn correct pronunciation and for that one needs to see mouth movement. Other than that, my kids loved the experience and when we come back we will surely use them again. FYI...I asked the teachers to remove their mask for the picture.
Fernando Steve Gamboas Murillo: Excellent place to learn and develop your English as it has different tools and professional teachers. My favorite part is the conversation between students at the school, like people who come from other places.
John: I was there for 4 weeks starting end of October 2020. I thought the school and classes were great! Instructors were very well educated in the language and how to teach, classes were small, (for me 2 to 4 students) and the atmosphere was friendly and fun. Covid procedures were in placed and strictly followed. I think it's a matter of how hard you want to work at learning. I worked hard and it paid off. I'm back in Guadalajara now (January 2021) and plan to take 4 more weeks of classes. Thanks to Miriam and Daniela for being great instructors!
Sarah Dodson: I highly recommend taking a Spanish-language class at IMAC. I can't recall my teacher's name, but his lessons and attention to detail have remained in my mind and have truly helped me to become a more proficient Spanish speaker. Classes are small and allow each student the opportunity to speak and ask questions (but not "take over" the class). I found that my classmates as well as other students in the school were engaged and dedicated--not just to the classes, but to learning about the city. If I could return this approaching winter, I would in a heartbeat.
Matthew LeClere: I studied at IMAC from October 2017 to December 2017 in one of their intensive Spanish Language programs and wow! Really it was a amazing experience and gave me a super solid foundation/boost in the Spanish language! Now my Spanish is far fom perfect but because of what I gained from them I was able to communicate much more easily with my friends who speak limited English!
Lyle Brown: I studied here two different times for about one or two weeks each time. My experience was great. I met people from all over the world studying Spanish here. It was a lot of fun and it is so great to go to a Spanish speaking country to learn Spanish. Immersing yourself 100% really helps.I stayed farther out of town and took the light rail or a taxi into the city. It was fun and I really enjoyed the experience of living in the city for a bit.My only concern for going again would be the general lack of good restrooms (both at IMAC and in Guadalajara.) They have a lot of English students as well and the restrooms can be a real problem. But overall I was very happy with the experience and one day will return.
sulaiman Aloraini: Great school and they advantage is that they have English and Spanish courses so you could practise your language with local speakersTeachers’ quality is great as well
Kade MacNeille: Great place to learn Spanish! I am a Spanish Teacher in the U.S. and I like to take time once in a while to brush up on my Spanish by immersing myself in the culture and language once more. First off, I have to say that I had a terrific teacher, Corinna, who was very intelligent and attentive. It is also good to note that the school doubles as a Spanish and English school, so part of the experience is participating with the locals in various activities as they practice their English while you practice Spanish. It was blast! The host families are also very friendly and accomodating (all meals included). Overall, for the great price and wonderful experience I wouldn't hesitate to visit again!
Werner Schueller: completely dysfunctional operation. overpriced. poor quality of facilities and teachers.

4. The American School Foundation of Guadalajara, A.C. - Guadalajara

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Address: C. Colomos 2300, Circunvalación Americas, 44630 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Telephone: +52 52333648248

Business type: Language school

The American School Foundation of Guadalajara, A.C.: what do users think?
Mante Guevara: Good
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Diego Rengifo: Gooooooooood place here
Send Spam: i overheard a middle school teacher said that if mexicans let their beard grow out they look like pakistanis
Michelle Ortega: Great School!
Diego “Diego G” Gutierrez-Hermosillo: Best school in town
Julián Villarreal Desentis: Had an awful last two years of highschool there. No one beyond the faculty bothered to make me feel welcome.
Jesus Vazquez: Positive:Communication
filiberto ruvalcaba: Excelente escuela, atencion muy buena y personalizada, seguridad muy bien instalaciones limpias mucho orden
Juan Ramon Hinojosa Lemus: Muy bien las instalaciones,buena organización en el 20o. Congreso Internacional de Educación Física y sobre todo muy vigilado
Paul Pelayo: Very clean, very organized, high security
Rodrigo Rivera Gomez: Really cool
Dimitri Dragas: i saw two people banging in the bathroom. very inconsiderate and nasty. almost joined in tho...
Daniel Pérez: Excellent school with a very good working environment and high quality education. Highly recommended!!
Juan Suarez Jimenez: Cool
Verónica Trujillo: In addition to facilities that promote the healthy development of students, the educational quality is exceptional. In the end, the corridors and classrooms are where the true essence of the College is appreciated.
Brian Zink: I have worked here since 2006 and think the schoolonly continues to improve. It will be a urban educational center in the coming years as the campus is remodeled to fit the local landscape!
anoo Paruchuri: Don't like it . It's not safe yet all. Kids always are fighting.
Mohamad Fatemi: سبزشاغ
Julio cesar curiel López: Cheee school of 💩💩💩 they ask for the parish page to enter
Cesar Cardona: The meaning of "overpriced" in person, old and neglected facilities, a chaos of location..... I don't know..... maybe 20 years ago

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